FOCUS Film Festival
The FOCUS Film Festival is NYU’s first ever film festival to amplify BIPOC storytellers. We are dedicated to supporting traditionally marginalized visions and voices. This festival is a celebratory space where we aim to come together as a community of changemakers, visionaries, and storytellers. Festival participants will have the opportunity to learn from a prominent BIPOC keynote speaker in the film industry. We will also hold Q & A sessions featuring emerging filmmakers, and there will be prizes to honor our award winners.
Focus Film Inaugural Event
Friday, April 9th at 8 pm ET will be our inaugural event held over Zoom. Tune in to this event for a welcome address from a surprise mystery guest, a word from the FOCUS e-board about the mission of this festival, and an announcement of our award-winning directors across our 6 categories.
In conversation between Vondie Curtis-Hall & FOCUS award-winning directors
On Saturday, April 10th at 5 pm ET, join FOCUS in a conversation between renowned actor, Vondie Curtis-Hall, and the directors of our award-winning films. The conversation will be inspiring, fun, and uplifting to people of all backgrounds and walks of life.
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This event was made possible in part due to the support of New York University's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Faculty Award and the Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation.